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ODBA takes a look at judicial selection (access required)

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GLEN ALLEN – Conversations about how Virginia chooses its judges often arrive at a conclusion similar to Winston Churchill’s observation about democracy: It’s the worst way to proceed, except for all the rest. “We tend to think our process is ...

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Panel will monitor, tweak judge evaluation program (access required)

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ROANOKE – Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald W. Lemons has named a 14-member panel to recommend improvements for the newly revived Judicial Performance Evaluation program. The program could be expanded to include evaluation of the state’s appellate judges, according to ...

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Justices call pitches, but won’t draw the strike zone (access required)

Supreme Court Thoughts and Musings

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WEST VIRGINIA – The Supreme Court of Virginia is willing to call balls and strikes, but don’t look for the court to diagram the entire strike zone. While lawyers should not expect the court to lay out ...

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